The real problem with Jaipur Lit Fest is not the participation of RSS ideologues – it's the sponsor
It's time for writers and intellectuals to be reminded about Zee's recent campaigns against people they have branded 'anti-national'.
How artists in the Valley are squeezed between Indian hyper-nationalism and Kashmiri exceptionalism
As the trolling of teenage actor Zaira Wasim demonstrates, the region has imposed an internal siege upon itself.
Delhi has plans to make Connaught Place a car-free zone. Why can't other cities follow its example?
Efforts to make Indian cities friendly for pedestrians and cyclists have rarely progressed beyond annual or weekly street festivals.
A land row brewing in Bengal may prove to be Mamata Banerjee's first big challenge
Police opened fire on villagers protesting a power project in Bhangar on Tuesday.
Afraid of a Mahagathbandhan in UP, Amit Shah attempted to strike deal with Rashtriya Lok Dal
BJP bigwigs spoke to RLD leaders on Monday, but could not convince them to effect a tie-up.
Africa’s most toxic lakes are a paradise for fearless flamingos
Most are found in super-alkaline lakes throughout Africa’s Great Rift Valley, which host immense blooms of microscopic blue-green algae.
Delhi does not have a funding problem – yet its government schools are woefully shortstaffed
Nearly half the teaching positions in the capital's schools are either vacant or have been filled by temporary teachers.
Watch: This Afghanistan batsman takes the award for the funniest way to finish a cricket match
Najibullah Zadran hit a six to win a T20I match for Afghanistan against UAE, while being half-sprawled on the ground.
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